For potent and immediate relief of gall stones, bladder cysts, or kidney stones dandelion root (not leaf) tea may be effective, and may dissolve calcium deposits that form stones and plaque, and flush them from the body. Stones in the kidneys may cause symptoms of gout, leg and feet swelling, bags under the eyes, and pain and tenderness in the skin and tendons. Stones or plaque in the gall bladder may cause bacterial infections elsewhere in the body, especially in the lungs and bronchia, and produce poor digestion and elevated cholesterol levels in the blood. Rather than costly, painful, and invasive procedures it may be simple to rid oneself of stones with a parasite cleanse (Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood Combination, and Coves with Amino Acid Complex), plus one of two single herbal teas: Stinging Nettles(for milder conditions), or Dandelion Root (for emergency conditions). Making teas with nettles or dandelion root may dissolve plaque or stones wherever they reside in the body, while eating healthfully. Suggested duration for kidney stones is 5 cups of tea daily for 14 to 20 days. For gall bladder stones 4 cups of tea daily for 18-21 days. For bile duct or bilary stones 6 cups of tea daily for 18-21 days (also using parasite remedy). Consider eating 2 medium sized, raw (uncooked) red skinned potatoes for 2 days following the end of tea therapy, along with a raw fruit diet. A fast but rather aggressive method of eliminating stones may be to eat no foods and drink nothing but Nettle leaf or Dandelion root tea for 3 days, using ¾ gallons of water to three rounded tablespoons of nettles (made by infusion method) or dandelion root (made by decoction method), daily with 8-9 glasses of water for flushing. Be prepared for this method to cause gas, very acidic urine (which is why you will need plentiful water), and colon waste to float in toilet bowl.